The Women’s Golf Championship

“Get Golfing is immensely proud and excited to announce our three-year partnership with the LET Access Series, bringing the Women’s Golf Championship to Get Golfing venues, with the Club at Mill Green set to host the inaugural event. We can’t wait to host this prestigious event, elevating the status of women’s golf and creating a platform where excellence and passion converge on our course. Beyond the fairways, we aspire to make a lasting impact on our community, inspiring a generation of young golfers. Join us in shaping the future of the sport and fostering a legacy that extends far beyond the tournament”

Unveiling the Finest Partnership in Golf

On Thursday, 18th January, our interim CEO, Dan Lucking, met with the LET Access Tour Director, Ana Larraneta, to solidify what promises to be one of the finest partnerships in golf. The press conference was filled with enthusiasm and anticipation for the upcoming Women’s Golf Championship.

Host Venue – The Club at Mill Green 

We are thrilled to announce that the inaugural tournament of our 3-year partnership with the LET Access Series will take place at the esteemed Club at Mill Green, nestled in the heart of Hatfield.

Mill Green boasts world-class facilities, an impeccably designed course, and a welcoming atmosphere for players and spectators alike. This championship venue is set to create a memorable experience for everyone involved.

A message from Gary Walsh, Golf & Sales manager at the Club at Mill Green, pictured above, “We are incredibly excited to be hosting the Women’s Golf Championship at the Club at Mill Green. This marks a momentous occasion for our club, and we can’t wait to showcase the beauty and challenges of our course to both seasoned professionals and passionate fans.”


The story of the LET Access Series (LETAS) began when LET CEO Alexandra Armas felt there was an important need to provide greater competitive opportunities for women professional golfers and amateurs.

A growing number of players were attending the yearly LET Q School, and for those players who were unsuccessful at earning status on the LET, there were limited playing opportunities throughout the season until the qualifying school the following year.
In 2010, LETAS was launched with only three tournaments, which grew to five.

Just 13 years later, that same passion to improve women’s opportunities in the game has soared LETAS to new heights as a development tour.
As the only official development tour to the Ladies European tour, LETAS provides those who top the Order of Merit tables LET membership for the next season.

Whilst players in around seventh to 21st positions, if not otherwise exempt, grasp the opportunity to progress to the final stage of the LET Qualifying School.

✓ 54 of the LET winners since 2012 have played on LETAS.
✓ 55 players have earned LET cards since 2010.
✓ 23 members have grown to 117 members (and counting) in 2023 ✓ From five tournaments to 20 tournaments (in 2022).
✓ Tournaments played in around 18 countries across Europe

LET Access Tour Director, Ana Larraneta

“This tournament is going to be amazing for the players, it may well be the best event we have ever had ”

Get Involved

The Get Golfing Festival of Golf has something for everyone, from loads of non golf activities to the Women’s Championship. Get ready for a week-long celebration of excellence! The Women’s Golf Championship is not just a tournament; it’s a golf festival filled with excitement, passion, and unparalleled experiences.

2024 Championship

  • Total field Size 132 (110 professionals & 22 elite amateurs) 54 Hole Championship Event
  • Available for members of PGA, Let Access, WAPT, Clutch Tour, Sunshine Tour and LET Tour
  • Representing more than 25 different nationalities
  • Prize Fund £100,000 – the largest Woman’s English prize fund outside of the Woman’s British Open Championship.
  • Prize fund paid out to top 50 professionals, played over three days

Tournament Facts


Combined 1st Place £36,825.00

Largest field of 2024 (132 players)

Largest global footprint 25 countries represented

Longest golf course of 2024

Largest English female Professional golf event of 2024

Most significant event of the LET Access Series ever.

“This is more than a tournament, we are on a mission to redefine industry standards and set new benchmarks in the world of golf. Join us in the creation of something truly special—a celebration that breaks the mold and leaves an indelible mark on the golfing landscape”

Players Global Footprint

A truly global golf tournament including 25+ countries from five continents

The entire Get Golfing team has made a solemn commitment to honor the legacy and passion for golf left by our late Founder, Edward Richardson. We are proud and deeply honored to announce that the elite amateurs competing in the Women’s Golf Championship will also vie for the prestigious WGC Ed Richardson Memorial Trophy, bestowed upon the best amateur player. Recognized formally by both the R&A and USGA, this trophy elevates the tournament’s status to that of a World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR) event.

Women’s Golf Championship participants are cordially invited to a complimentary Gala Dinner and launch party. Enjoy an evening of celebration and camaraderie as we kick off this extraordinary tournament in style.

Get Golfing G4D Women’s Open Golf Festival

Golf Tournament Basics

  • 36- hole Tournament (EDGA OOM)
  • Monday practice round
  • Tuesday 1st round
  • Wednesday Final round
  • Rolling BBQ on players patio with live band (prize presentation on final day)

Festival outline

  • 1st Women’s disabled golf tournament in globally
  • DIS GOLF ABLED fun day activities planned during 3 days with communities’ team
  • GET GOLFING Wellness Classes
  • Wine Tasting & Mobile Bar Cocktail Making
  • A Day at the TRACK
  • Hot Air Balloon Rides & ICE BATH
  • LIVE Band in FAN ZONE (including wall climbing, LARGE Board Games & Food stools)
  • PAWS Klub Welcome
  • Pets welcome and enjoy free prizes
  • Most photographable pooch
  • Best Dressed Pooch

Championship Initiatives


Net Zero

  • Be Green
    • Achieving Net Zero Emissions throughout the championship (Players, Supporters, Staff and Spectators.
    • Planting of 2,000 Tree’s across the Get Golfing Community.
    • 5 tons recycling of waste during the Championship and within the Get Golfing Community.
    • ZERO PLASTIC championship Strictly BAMBOO Tees
  • Be Green
    • Removing 500 tonnes of rubbish and waste from riverways and coast lines within the Get Golfing Communities.
    • Harvesting 2000 cubic meters of rainwater.


As a registered charity it is a key principle of Get Golfing to ensure we have a symbolic relationship with the communities in which our golf clubs operate.

    • Supporting the delivery of the Championship
    • Group Scorer’s
    • Virtual Course Caddies
    • Ball Spotters
    • 1,000 free school meals delivered during the championship
    • Landmark G4D Womens Open


Through the GROWTH initiative within the Women’s Golf Championship – GET GOLFING will have introduced 2055 women and girls into Golf. Its not a future number it’s a now GROWTH GOAL.

✓ Through our community initiatives we aim to introduce 555 Women into Golf through.

✓ Within our one-year plan we want to have 1,500 girls LOVING GOLF……..

✓ 250 new GET GOLFING girl members


One of the major pillars of the Womens Golf Championship is to support the game of golf and our communities. We show our love and appreciation for both the game and those who share our communities through our GIVING initiatives.

✓ £20,000 in charity funds raised
✓ Employee challenges
Cold Bucket, Golf Ball flick Ups, Longest Day Challenge, Speed Golf

✓ Improve the gender pay gap in Womens Golf by committing to the largest prize fund for a professional women’s golf tournament in England for 2024 with a record prize fund.

✓ For every Birdie made during the Womens Golf Championship, Get Golfing will donate an additional £1 to the tournament charity.

About Get Golfing

We currently own and operate under long leases twelve sites with 7,500 members and over 170,000 unique visitors each year. We employ between 350 and 500 staff (depending on the time of year) and have annual revenues of circa £18 million with annual surpluses of approximately £2m. These surpluses are re-invested back into our venues and our staff’s careers and our communities’ objectives.

Across our sites we nurture a culture of inclusion both on and off the courses. Our focus is on creating a relaxed culture for our members and visitors where they feel welcome with attentive staff and a “can do” culture. Aside from our golf operations, we have a dedicated team of Community Support Officers who work with local schools and charities where we open our doors to them so they can use our facilities and help support their own objectives.

Our 12 clubs